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Query from: raji, NJ , USA, 08/11/07
Topic: NUTRITION      Submitted on: Ammas.com
Subject: what we call flax seeds & walnuts in telugu

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Rate = 2.5 (Rated by 9 Council Members)
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Response from: C. Raj, United Kingdom,   
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Telugu name for Flax seeds is Avise Ginjalu. Walnuts - Badam

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Response from: rajpal singh,   
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In Telugu people call flax seed as Avise ginzalu and Akhrot for walnuts. I think this will solve your problem.

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Response from: sri b,   
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hi,

Flax seeds in Telugu we call them as Avise ginzalu

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Response from: BSR Seshu C,   
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Flaz seeds are called Flax ='Avise' and 'ginjalu' means seeds) in Telugu. For 'walnut' I could not find the equivalent word in Telugu but you can use sesame if you like for the purpses of nutritional value.

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Response from: vijayalakshmi ravindran,   
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dear raji flax seeds are avisi ginjalu and walnut is akroot. regds

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Response from: Dhanya V.V,   
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In telugu Flax seeds are known as Avise ginzalu and walnut is known as Akhrot

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Response from: sowmya krishnan,   
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Flax seeds are called Avise ginzalu in Telugu and walnuts are called Akroot in telugu

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Response from: Indumukhi A.,   
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Flaxseeds are Avise ginzalu. Walnut is akroot.

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Response from: Vini .,   
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Flax seeds are called Avise ginzalu Walnuts are called Akhrot

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Response from: Keep Smiling .,   
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Flax seeds are called Avise ginzalu in Telugu. Walnuts are called Acrota in telugu.

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